It is very difficult to book a table via phone but we did succeed but it took over two weeks before we could finally visit this establishment. We had asked for a nice table away from the bar and did manage to get a small table at the far end of the room. We noticed that several tables in the quieter section of the room remained unoccupied and wondered why we weren't given one of these. Other than that the food was excellent although a bit pricey. The wine selection was very good and reasonably priced. Service was first rate and everyone tried to please customers.
Selection is from a limited sharing menu so if you don't like seafood this isn't the place for you.
All in all a memorable meal in a quaint hotel which needs to be spruced up.
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